Can I use rice vinegar instead of white in buttermilk replacement?!

Question: Can I use rice vinegar instead of white in buttermilk replacement?
Hi. I know a common buttermilk replacement is to mix milk (or milk alternative) with white vinegar or lemon juice. I don't have white vinegar, but I do have rice vinegar, and I don't have lemon juice but I do have lime. Would either of those be suitable replacements to the replacement? How much would it impact the recipe?


Either acidic will work fine, rice vinegar or lime juice. Good thinking.

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Use white vinegar.


Perhaps white vinegar might be an option

I like to use plain yogurt instead of buttermilk or sour cream.

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